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  • kevin harrington, as seen on tv, infomercial, gripstrips, investors, inventors

    GripStrips: As Seen On TV (Soon!)

  • DIY porch ideas

    Spruce Up Your Steps

  • Best boardwalk trails of beautiful BC Deer Lake Park Burnaby

    TOP BC BOARDWALK TRAILS

  • Fun Spring Break DIY Outdoor Projects: GripStrips, Yard Art

    Spring-Inspired DIY

  • snow, ice, winter, gripstrips, safety, non-slip, falls

    Beat Winter With Gripstrips

  • Top Tips for Wintering Your Home - GripStrips Canada

    GripStrip's Top Tips For Winter Prep

  • Halloween Pumpkin, Trick or Treat

    Trick or Treat, Not Slip and Trip!

  • Instagram Contest #GripStripFound

    GripStrip's Instagram Contest!

  • What to do on a hike

    Outdoor Safety & Fun!

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Customer Reviews

  • "Around here, moss grows overnight. It makes everything very slippery. My condo association recently installed Gripstrips on our wooden walkways that get slippery in the winter. They have reduced the number of people falling to ZERO this winter! We place them two feet apart, and it's enough to stop a skid before it becomes a fall. They are the best product ever. (I've used chickenwire stapled down (painful), and composition roof tiles (ugly). GripStrips are attractive and they work!! GREAT PRODUCT!!"

    Janey Bennett
  • "After discovering this product at a consumer tradeshow, I contacted GRIPSTRIP on behalf of a number of Strata Corporations that I manage. These buildings have now used GRIPSTRIPs on exterior wooden stair systems to reduce the likelihood of slip and falls and the product has proven to be very effective. On my personal strata in Whistler, BC, we have used this product on all of our exterior stair systems and the product has proven to work very well with both rain and snow and has been quite durable in spite of constant shoveling of snow from these stairs.

    Ross Ruddick, Strata Manager, CrossRoads Management